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A web project consists of 4 key stages (unless otherwise agreed).
During the planning stage Peter Hinton Design will create elements to enable you understand and visualise the final project; elements such as concept designs, site-maps, wireframes, and workflows. Once agreed they will be signed-off by the key stakeholders in the project to ensure we share a clear and common understanding from the onset.
The production stage includes the design and development of the project, working to the plan agreed in stage one so there should be no surprises! We will retain flexibility throughout, but the more that can be agreed from the beginning the better.
The website is reviewed and a checklist of outstanding tasks is agreed. Any 'out-of-scope' requirements that have come to light during the first 3 stages are discussed. Of course any major new work identified at this stage may impact the timescale agreed at the onset of the project.
Once the first 3 stages are complete and the sign-off is provided, the project is published.
The preferred method of contact is email. Other tools (including text messaging, Skype, Spark, WhatsApp, LinkedIn, and Facebook) can be used for general communications throughout the project if the client prefers. However, all documentation and invoices will be sent via email.
The preferred method of contact is email. Other communication tools (including phone/conference calls, text messaging, Skype, Cisco Spark, WhatsApp, LinkedIn, and Facebook) can be used for general communications throughout the project if the client prefers. However, all documentation and invoices will be sent via email.
Whilst flexibility is at the heart of the Peter Hinton Design, experience suggests that it will help the smooth and effective delivery of the project if we can agree a few key assumptions at the onset to ensure that we share a common understanding of the process:
Simply complete the details and tick the box below to confirm that you are the key stakeholder, and that you agree with the outlined assumptions. Then we can begin :).